Ubeboet (m.a.tolosa) invited 4 artists to remix his excellent album "black and red" which was released by earlabs in 2005. The original work featured field recordings, radio and turntables. Here each artist-Asher, Arturas Bumsteinas, Mathieu Ruhlman, Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words-picked one track and deconstructed it to create a new work. m.a.tolosa also runs the fine con-v label. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: drone, field recordings, experimental, lowercase, lofi, remixes
I can now present Ubeboets first release, somewhat of a presentation of the project. Ubeboet is a sideproject of m__ who have previously released on netlabels such as Enough and Entity. This time he brings you a 15 minute electroacoustic track based entirely upon field recordings. When creating the track Ubeboet worked with the idea of silence and isolationism, uninhabited spaces. The sound is cold and a bit metallic, and it might take a few listens to fully enjoy the piece. The song is made up...
This is a collaboration between Pablo Reche (Buenos Aires) and Ubeboet (Madrid) and was recorded in 2004-2005. Not your typical boring ambient sounds, Reche+Ubeboet prove to be masters of the drone genre presenting three tracks filled with suspense and tension. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Experimental, Drone Source: Reche+Ubeboet
This 20 minute piece is the result of a collaboration between Miguel Angel Tolosa (ubeboet), Juan Jose Calarco and Pablo Reche. 'Biesi' is Russian for 'demons' and sets the scene for an eerie journey through a soundscape packed with spectres and apparitions. The composition creates the feeling of unseen presences, evokes fog on still waters and whispers at the listener the half words of sleepwalkers. 'Biesi' contains haunted environmental recordings, beguiling undercurrents and otherworldly,... Topics: soundscape, sijis, narcoacoustic, field recordings, phonography